Header Ads

PNG calls on International Community to refrain from interfering in Bougainville affairs

The International Community has been urged by the Papua New Guinea Government not to interfere with consultations following Bougainville's independence vote.

A 97 percent majority voted for independence in the Autonomous PNG regions non-binding referendum.

The Bougainville referendum commission returned the writs to Acting Governor-General Job Pomat in Port Moresby on Friday.

Minister for Bougainville Affairs Sir Puka Temu reiterated that he won't present the results for deliberation to the parliament until after consultation take place.

He's called on the international communities to respect the process.

"This is a political process and so there are development issues and challenges out there, but I called upon the international community to refrain from any interference during the consultations process," said Sir Puka.


next :

PNG Foreign Minister Pruaitch to face Leadership Tribunal

No comments

Thank you for visiting this web page. We would like to hear from you, feel free to comment below.

Powered by Blogger.